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SEAC L70 Dive Mask Review

Written by Dive Gear Reviews Editor. Comments Off on SEAC L70 Dive Mask Review Posted in: Below $100, Dive Masks

The SEAC L70 is a new entrant into the growing realm of micro-masks, or masks with an ultra-low interior volume. “Micro” is the right word, because this one is so small you might mistake it for a kiddie mask.

Low interior volume has two potential payoffs, one major and one minor, and both are present in the SEAC L70. The major plus is that the lenses are very close to the eyes, eliminating much of the tunnel vision present in dive masks. It doesn’t quite give you you peripheral vision back, but suffice it to say the L70 has a very wide angle of vision. The lesser plus is that you can equalize and clear this mask with barely an effort.

The mask comes in all-clear, clear with blue or black frames, or all-black.

Average Price: $95